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Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Arlington Virginia
Originally Posted by maconsultant
That would take it over the top.. well i used it today for the first time.. its not bad now i need to figure out how to make google voice not prompt me to press 1 to answer a call on the tab.. its annoying every time having to open the tab and press 1 to accept a call..
Update - I think i found the setting on the GV settings page.. So i may be set...
How does the sound quality fare, both on your end and on the other person's end?
P.S. The design ideas above might be over the top to some, but if the form factor remains in tact, or is improved, it could still be a great idea. Essentially, it could open up a whole new market for tablets which have phone functionality. ASUS is doing something similar with their EeePad MeMO in the form of their MeMIC
. Albeit, I don't think their design is quite as elegant as a tricked out HM5000 might be, but the principle is the same: turn your tablet into the central hub for everything mobile, thus simplifying things for your typical road warrior. I'm willing to bet that this sort of trend will start to take off in the near future, especially when you see companies experimenting with convergence devices such as the Note, the MeMO, the Padfone, etc. Basically, I think that bluetooth-only companion phones could soon open up an entirely new market for pairing up with tablets of any kind.